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What COVID-19 Questions Do You Have About Reopening San Diego?

Dr. Christian Ramers of Family Health Centers of San Diego stands in front of...

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Above: Dr. Christian Ramers of Family Health Centers of San Diego stands in front of the clinic's administrative offices, July 22, 2020.

San Diego County recently received the OK to reopen some sectors. Restaurants, gyms and other establishments can now allow a percentage of patrons indoors.

You may have questions about what this means for your personal safety and that of the county overall, and we want to hear them.

We’re bringing back Dr. Christian Ramers, the chief of population health at Family Health Centers of San Diego, to again ask him your questions, but this time we’ll focus on what reopening San Diego — from schools to restaurants — means for the public’s health

Maybe you want to know the risks of indoor activities and how you can keep yourself safe. Perhaps you want to know what makes this reopening different from the last time. Or you could have a question about reopening just ahead of flu season.

Whatever the question, we want Dr. Ramers to give you an answer. Submit your question and we may follow up to ask if we can record your inquiry and play it during our interview with Dr. Ramers.


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